Volunteers with the Bayside Climate Change Action Group have conducted energy assessments on over 100 homes, many with a thermal imaging camera. This 4 March 2013 presentation to the Beyond Zero Emissions (BZE) discussion group http://beyondzeroemissions.org/events/discussion-group revealed the many thermal secrets that our homes have been keeping from us – until now! Vermin in the roof, 42 degree
WHAT Film Night – “Cradle to Cradle” WHEN 7.30pm Tuesday 26 February 2013 WHERE Sandringham Uniting Church Hall, 21 Trentham Street, Sandringham DETAILS An inspiring documentary on the cradle to cradle design concept of “waste = food” developed by chemist Michael Braungart and architect William McDonough.
On Saturday 27 October 2012, BCCAG held a Sausage Sizzle in Hampton Street. Its main purpose was to meet the public and let them know about us! With lots of BCCAG volunteers to help cook and serve and promote our message, it was a positive, fun day.
On the 18 September 2012, a hardy bunch of BCCAGers braved a cold and overcast Melbourne afternoon for a tour of Bentleigh Secondary College. Bill Thomas, their Head of Sustainable Practices, showed us changes he’s introduced to make his school more sustainable and green. We saw his urban forest, wetlands area, solar panels and wonderful